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Man captures 'clearest evidence yet' of the Loch Ness Monster

Man captures 'clearest evidence yet' of the Loch Ness Monster

The Loch Ness Centre has been blown away by the images.

A person walking near Loch Ness in Scotland has captured something very odd in the water.

John Howie pulled out his camera and focused it on the object just before it went back below the surface.

It was moving towards the tree line and was estimated to be around 15ft long.

He sent the images over to the Loch Ness Centre, who has been blown away by the pictures.

Loch Ness Centre General Manager Paul Nixon said: “At the Loch Ness Centre, we love hearing about these encounters with Nessie.

“It’s a phenomenon boasting over 1,000 eyewitness accounts and recorded sightings, alongside lots of unexplained evidence.


“At the Loch Ness Centre, guests can hear real people’s stories, discover artefacts, and listen to scientific debate on the existence of Nessie to help them make up their own mind on images such as this.”

This is the eighth reported sighting of Nessie in this year alone.

Earlier this year, the largest search for the mythical beast in 50 years was launched to see if they could get definitive prove it exists.

The Loch Ness Centre at Drumnadrochit teamed up with a group of researchers from Loch Ness Exploration (LNE) to conduct the exploration.

It was thought to be the most in-depth survey since the Loch Ness Investigation Bureau went in search for signs of the monster way back in 1972.

Groups of volunteers and experts deployed special equipment that has never been used on the loch before to find Nessie.

Drones produced thermal imaging of the infamous waters in the hope of identifying any strange anomalies lurking in the deep.

There were no major updates following the search, however John Howie's recent pictures do raise some eyebrows.

A spokesman for the centre said: ''The Loch Ness Centre has recently reported a new sighting of Scotland’s beloved monster, which is possibly the clearest evidence this year of Nessie’s existence.

''Captured on Sunday 8th October at around 5pm, John Howie spotted something mysterious in the Loch, moving slowly towards the tree line before it disappeared and estimates it to be around 12-15 feet long!''

Featured Image Credit: SWNS

Topics: Loch Ness Monster